What are the requirements to study at NWU?

NWU, or North-West University, is a South African public university with three campuses: Potchefstroom, Mahikeng, and Vanderbijlpark. The requirements to study at NWU may vary depending on the program and level of study, but here are the general requirements:

  1. Admission Requirements for Undergraduate Programs:
  • National Senior Certificate (NSC) with Bachelor’s degree endorsement or equivalent qualification
  • Minimum statutory admission requirements for the chosen program
  • Certain programs may have additional admission requirements
  1. Admission Requirements for Postgraduate Programs:
  • A relevant Bachelor’s degree or equivalent qualification
  • Certain programs may require specific undergraduate courses or work experience
  • Some programs may require additional admission requirements such as interviews, tests, or portfolio submissions
  1. Language Requirements:
  • All instruction at NWU is in English, so non-native English speakers may be required to provide evidence of their English proficiency through tests such as TOEFL, IELTS, or Pearson Test of English (PTE).
  1. Application Process:
  • Students can apply online via the NWU website or manually by downloading and submitting the application form.
  • Application fees may apply.

It’s important to note that these requirements are general guidelines and specific programs may have additional requirements. It’s always best to check with the university’s admissions office for the most accurate and up-to-date information.